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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Blli TO ALL Hotel Windsor Hot 11.25 s Diy Hoit! W 39 .18 10 Grand Forks Medicine clear Moose Jaw, clear j clear...... i Penticton j S-.vift Current, clear I Minneiiosa, clear 25 I Nelson 37 I Calgary, clear 31 Prince Albert, clear 20 Qu'Appelli', clear I Light snow has iallcn in Manitoba but farther west the weather has bjpen mostly fine. Mild weather has been general in 'all districts during the day, but it turned cold during the night. and Sas- with a little lower j I temperature. little lower temperature with light snow falls. CITY AND DISTRICT No Herald Tomorrow Tomorrow being New Year's Day and Herald not be published. Fat Men's Line-up P. J. Mclnnely requests the follow- ing members of the fat men's team to he on hand at the lake tomorrow morning to take their respective places H. Cavauaugh, Jack Mathers, Ed. liinian, Ed. Schweitzer, W. S. McAr- thur. R. Robson. J. H. McDonald. After Xmas Bargains Now is your opportunity to get many things for your- self at a very low price. BRASSWARE at off. 1913 ART CALENDARS HALF PRICE. TOYS, DOLLS, ETC., at 25% Discount. ALL THE REMAINDER OF O.UR XMAS -STOCK AT prices In many cases below actual coot. The Red Cross Drag and Book CITY AND DISTRICT Watch Night Service The young folks of St. Andrew's church will hold u watch night ser- vice in the church this evening at eleven o'clock. Refreshments will be served and everybody id invited. Nearlng Completion The Empress Theatre adjoining Starlaiid Is rapidly Hearing completion find will-In nil probability be ready i'or use in about two weeks time. The building is being fitted up In elabor atyle. The Magistrates Salary At the special meeting of the city council yesterday afternoon the sal-1 ary of U. II. Elton, newly appointed police magistrate was fixed at 51500 the usual salary imid for the position in the past. Will Join Her Mother This morning Mayor Hatch received a letter from a lady In Seattle, stat- ing that her daughter and little baby had been abandoned here by the bread- winner of.. the family and asking the authorities to look after them. The letter was referred to Chief Davis and today the woman will be bought a ticket to Seattle so that she may re- join her mother, and not become a charge on the city, Not Gas Company Job In connection with that now famous asphyxiation of two gas fitters re- cently, it was stated that they were employees of the Natural Gas com- pany. They were not working for the natural gad company which had no connection with the job. This ex- planation is made as some have ex- I pressed the opinion that the men did not show competence and the gas company should employ only experts. Whatever may have been the cause of toe accident, the men wen: not working for the gas company, it be- ing a private job, one of the sufferers being a contractor. j HORSE BLANKETS, ROBES, GLOVES AND MITTS Big .Reductions on all Winter Goods The Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. Piicccpsors to The Lethbridge Saddlery Co., 2 doors south of the Splendid New Year's Dinner A splendid dinner menu has been prepared i'or New Year's night by ihe Lethbridjjs- hotel. The arrangement of this menu reflects great credit upon the manager of the dining room and is one that no doubt will delight their many patrons, who will dine there tomorrow night. -He "Jumped" His Bail Hatchard, who purloined a coat at Hondersoh Park lake the other day. de- cided that he did not care to face the authorities this morning, so jump- ed his cash ball for yesterday after- noon. The coat was restored to the owner, and the city is richer by the fifty. Westminster School Festival Two hundred happy kiddles, and a large number of the older folk, gath- ered in Westminster Methodist Church last night, for the annual fes- tival of the Sunday school. The pro- irrvimmn was given entirely by the lit- tle ones, with the exception of a chor- us by Mrs. Gray's ciass, and a mim- bpr of Vicirola selections, the instru- ment having been kindly loaned by Mr. F. E. McCaw, local representative of the Mason Risch Piano Co. Mr. McCaw's generosity "was much appre- ciated. There were two Christmas trees, handsomely decorated with candles, and they presented a very pretty appearance. Santa Glaus, being too tired after his big stunt on Decem- ber 25, he was ably represented by a number of the Sunday school work- ers. Each child in the smaller class- es was presented with a bag of and fruit. Those taking pan. in the programme were Freddie Holmes. Here's That You May Have .a Happy and Prosperous New Year J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Store Low Prices Affecis Business Arthur Perrey of Cardston, was a business visitor in the city last night, j returning oil the local this morning, i He says that business in the south< towns is fairly brisk, but the low i prices for grain prevailing this sea-' son has had its effect on business; generally. TELEPHONE NO. 322 .Steamship Arrivals The Canadian Pacific S. S. Lake Champlain, reported by wireless one hundred and sixty miles east of Sable Island, at six p. m., yesterday. Due i at Si. John noon. Wednesday. Ppssen-1 gers due Winnipeg Saturday noon and j Lethbridge Tuesday, 3.50 a.m. Peaceful at Hospital Everything is very quiet at "the hos- pital today, no new cases being re- ported. Curly Connors continues to make excellent progress towards re- covery, while the condition of Airs. Gaddy. who was severely injured re- cently in a burning accident at Dia- mond City, remains unchanged. CITY AND DISTRICT Will Celebrate The Scotchmen on the north side of the C. P. R- traclts arc planning several watch night celebrations for this evening. Prisoners Transferred Fifteen prisoners liave just been transferred from the Provincial Jail to the guard room of the Mounted Police barracks at ilacleotl. CORONER'S JURY WITH SHER- LOCK HOLMES ON iT REACH- ED THAT DECISION. A Sober Season Christmas celebration tliii year London, Dec. jury of Crow- borough, Sussex, of which Sir Ar-i thur Doyle was the foreman J yesterday round that Capt. Gordon Hlair, of the Koyal Welsh Fusiliers, who expired at his country home, on boxing day, from exhaustion due to ccrubral excite- Lethbridgc Hotel Alfred Wcstcott. -Tames Korean. Agnca j 9.30 and U a.m. At the latter service i Jarvle, Janot_ McIUevena, Marjory musioa] servioe remJorptl on Hums, Delicious Candy Tlie Name Guarantees the Gowh.ie.ss Let Children Have Them GOOD FOR ALL. EVERYBODY LIKES THEM GET A BOX FOR NEW YEAR'S. ALWAYS FRESH AT Pearl Taylor jind 'j piifiirom, in recitations; Daisy Holmes, v j ;.i solo; .Mrs. Holt's class, ;in acrostic j recitation and chorus; Mrs. Holmes' r.'lass. chorus, and Mrs. Gray's cUss, DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Delias Hotel Dispensing Chemists Phone 1487 BUSINESS LOCALS phone GKB tnu Messenger Service for pro'iint nr'ss.iiro and dclivprv REX TRANSFER, Phono 070, otllCQ Alta. Saddlery, opposite Coaldaio hotel Two good stores and a largo con- crete hasemcnt for rent In Bryan Mason ft Riach, Ltd. The n. and of-K. Invitation fiance i Drcomlx.tr 31, :H (UO, in tho S. 0. K.' hall. S.O.10. lifted no Invitation. Start the N'ow Year with a good I shnve and ji first class hair cul. Cull at Kimlce's chop does not seem to run to liquid delight mcnl dim} from natural causes, j as not .1 single inebriate visited the The captain, who was unbalanced by i cells last nlffht. disappointment in love, lia-l to be, tint! in IwA on Christmas Day. j B? startled Piccadilly Onc day last October after his return from Soma- lilaml by jumping from Irs bed in the .Junior Xwva! and Military Club anil running Llirough the circus in his pajamas. Church Services Tomorrow Services will be held in St. Pat- rick's church tomorrow morning at S, Christmas Day will ho repeated.. Arbitrating Accounts Arbitration proceedings took place in the court house this morning be- fore Ills Honor Judge Winter, acting j HAS ST. PAUL MILD CLIMATE? Winnipeg, Dec. is stated that I Premier Kobiin is in St. Paul, and t if the account rendered by tho contrac- tor for work done, Tils Honor will announce his award later. Mr. man intends leaving for Soattlo Im- mediately the matter ia concluded, CURES :OUCKS over. Hon. Colin H. Campbell taking 'ace as leader of the House. WAS ONE OF TORONTO'S PIONEERS Toronto, Dec. Janet Jlor-1 rlson, widow of Angus Morrison, Q.C.. a onc-tlmu mayor of Toronto.'died this morning, in her Wrd year. .Mrs. .Mor.l rison was one of the oldest residents of Toronto. I Standard Canned Goods We have iiiadu an exceptionally good buy in standard canned goods and from now on mail February 1m offer the following at these exceptionally low prices. Beans, 2s, Wax or Refuge...............2 tins per cast Peas, 2s, Early June.................. i5c per tins Tomatoes, 3s.......................... 2 Strawberries. 2s, 2 tins Red Raspberries, 2s................... 2 tins Black Raspberries, 2....................j lins Red Cherries, 2s...................... 2 tins 45C-H.95 Lawtonberrles. pcr tln Gallon Pumpkin........................... Remember tlieso are all STANDARD CANNED GOODS, not second class quality goods. THE BENTLEY CO., LTD. NEW PRICES ON NEW FRUITS RAISINS. 16 oz packet.. 10c RAISINS, 12 or. packets. 3 for 25c. MIXED PEEL, per ib. ...20c MIXED NUTS, per.lb; 20c. PRUNES, per Ib........10c. .BULK DATES per Ib 1Do TABLE FIGS, per Ib. ...20c TABLE RAISINS, per Ib. 20c MALAGA GRAPES. Ib. ORANGES, per dozen, 30c, 40c and 50c. CHOICE TABLE Per box JL65 BANANAS, per dor. 40c. The Premium Grocery !34-11tn St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrtlls PHONE S7< COOKING EQUIPMENT FOR DINNERS DOUBLE; CAKE TINS, JELLY MOULDS, PUDDING TINS, STEAMERS, CAKE CUTTERS. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE, LETHBFHDG5 SALE OF SKATES LITTLE BOBS, Double runner for children 70 cents, Now...............50c. HALIFAX CLUB SPRING- CO cents; MAPLE LEAF Now DUNN'S Now HOCKEY 30 cents; 20c. SKATE 35 cents; Now, per pair.......25c. Sli-eet South PHONE 575 Lctlibridge P. O. BOX'27 READY ROOFING There is utill time 4n set that building under cover before USE PAROID OR CERTAINTEED READY ROOFING. Easy and Quick to Apply, Economical Guaranteed for 15 Years Your orders will have prompt attention. Orders from the trade i especially solicited J. B. Turney Company SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT FOR Builders nnd Contractors. Mines and MIlll Phones 755 and 1755 Alberta. 1215 2nd Ave. S. ;